5.4 Inch New iPhone’s OLED Screen Allegedly Supplied by Chinese BOE


It is said that the Chinese manufacturer BOE will supply the OLED screen of the 5.4-inch new iPhone, which is rumored to be released this year by Apple. This new iPhone is expected to be lower in terms of specifications than other devices that are supposed to be released in 2020.

After the emergence of the new Corona virus (COVID-19), which has spread all over the world after emerging in Wuhan, People’s Republic of China, Apple is expected to release new iPhone models this year despite everything.

While several rumors have been made about this year’s iPhone models, a new claim has been raised by DigiTimes. It is claimed that the Chinese firm BOE will supply the OLED display panels that will take place on the new 5.4-inch iPhone that Apple has reportedly released this year. It is stated that BOE has agreed with the touch screen manufacturer General Interface Solutions and will supply OLED panels in this way.

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It is rumored that Apple will release its iPhones this year with an OLED display. It is said that besides the 5.4-inch iPhone model, there will be 6.1 and 6.7-inch smartphones. The news only mentions the 5.4-inch device for the OLED screen. With the new rumor, the rumor is that the 5.4-inch iPhone will be the lowest among the iPhones to be released this year. The 5.4-inch device is expected to replace the iPhone 11, but will use the OLED display instead of the LCD screen.

The new 5.4-inch iPhone model with OLED display is expected to be the device with the lowest features among other models. However, nothing is certain. It is also possible that BOE will not reach such an agreement with Apple, and Apple may also negotiate with another supplier for the OLED display.

Samsung had reduced the emission of blue light in the Galaxy S20s and used new OLED displays with low power consumption. The company announced that the S20’s OLED displays provide 15 percent more power efficiency than the display panel used previously and emit 70 percent less light than LCD displays.


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